The Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) is governed by the Board of Regents and is comprised of Utah’s eight public colleges and universities. The CEO of USHE is the Commissioner of Higher Education.
Today, ACT released the 2015 Condition of College and Career Readiness report, based on ACT test results for the 2015 graduating class. Utah is one of 13 states that allows students […]
It can be difficult to sort through all the advice out there about how best to prepare for college. Luckily for Utah students, parents and educators, there is a […]
The Senate Education Confirmation Committee unanimously approved Governor Herbert’s appointment of Steven J. Lund to the Utah State Board of Regents. Lund serves as executive chairman of the board for Nu […]
Students around the state are heading back to school, and Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority’s (UHEAA) Outreach team is heading out to meet them. For several years, UHEAA has hosted […]
The bottom line: if you’re a high school student interested in STEM, commit to it and get as much math as you can in high school.
Remedial/developmental math courses play a key role in the success of students in higher education. This is the second article in a multi-part series about math in high school and college leading to completion of a degree or certificate.
Since 2004, there has been a 207 percent increase in Hispanic/Latino student enrollment at Utah’s public higher education institutions, according to USHE data. In 2014, 15,493 Hispanic/Latino students were enrolled […]